Today the prayer meeting will be led by Jodi Whitehouse.
Click below for the prayer points for today in PDF format. Please use these to pray throughout the day.
In today’s Bible Reading I will be expounding Psalm 4. Under our theme of Hope this will point us to the great hope that comes from watching Jesus, the founder and perfecter of our faith (Hebrews 12:2) as he sleeps the sleep of trust. As we hope in Jesus, we learn to rest because of him.
“God is good all the time!” We often hear this in church. The worship leader would say, “God is good” and the congregation would respond, “all the time.” But how about those who are finding it hard to see the reality of that statement because of so much suffering? Is it a sign of weak faith if we are not able to declare that God is good? Not necessarily. Even Asaph, one of the worship leaders in the Bible, struggled in affirming God’s goodness. In Psalm 73, Asaph shows us that there is room for our struggles in the presence of the Lord.
Join us for the Q&A sessions that follow the seminars each day. Text in your question to the following number 07380308859 for consideration in the Q&A.
Book recommendations: It’s OK to be NOT OK by Rico Villanueva; Lamentations: Pastoral and Contextual Commentary by Rico Villanueva;
Psalms 1-72: Pastoral and Contextual Commentary by Rico Villanueva and Dark Clouds, Deep Mercy: Discovering the Grace of Lament by Mark Vroegop.
Today’s activities and teaching will be based on Psalm 4. Join us as we look at God’s Word which says as David looks to the Lord, he lies down and sleeps. He rests in God. No matter what turmoil or tragedy you find themselves in, fix your eyes on God and know that He is in charge – and we can leave our troubles with him and lie down and sleep.
Today’s activities and teaching will be based on Psalm 4. Louise Silk will be hosting the session and the youth talk will be given by Tim Wickham.
Join us as we look at God’s Word which says as David looks to the Lord, he lies down and sleeps. He rests in God. No matter what turmoil or tragedy you find themselves in, fix your eyes on God and know that He is in charge – and we can leave our troubles with him and lie down and sleep.
We’d love you to join us for this short daily session with Count Everyone In.
Join us for songs, a talk and discussion based on the theme of Hope because Jesus slept by looking at the following Bible verses: Mark 4.35-41. Sarah Bradley and Ben Moon will be hosting. Listen out for a talk by Tom Brown.
We have so many reasons we might lose sleep at night, worries about the future, our health, our finances, our world, yet wonderfully we needn’t do that because we can have absolute trust in our absolutely powerful God who rules over all. Come along and discover who you are, and who God is.
This Keswick Unconventional Night Shift event is a great way to engage in life and faith from the perspective of the arts.
This is a perfect chance to curl up on the sofa with a cuppa and enjoy a great night in!